7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups by Brett Stewart Бретт Стюарт

By Brett Stewart Бретт Стюарт

ARE you prepared TO SCULPT YOUR ABS? Вы действительно готовы сваять Ваш пресс? Следуйте 7-недельной программе из этой книги и вы широкомасштабно увеличите силу и тонус вашего корсета, спины и косых мышц живота и сможете сделать three hundred последовательных подъемов корпуса. Книга наполнена четкими графиками и полезными фотографиями, 7 недель до three hundred подъемов расскажет вам все, что вам нужно знать об упражнениях для корпуса и включает в себя: • Инструкции, как выполнить идеальные подъемы • Понятные прогрессивные программы обучения • Добавлен вариант для экстремального укрепления Предлагая испытанные в полевых условиях, ежедневные планы и больше чем 30 основных упражнений, у этой книги есть кое-что для всех: от новичков, предпринимающих попытки перейти к новому режиму и до варианта атлетам, надеющимся еще больше укрепить свои силы.

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In combat or protecting our streets, each of those people in uniform has passed PFTs that included—you guessed it—situps. • Crunches are also a big part of the program, but the term “sit-up” is immediately identifiable. When you pick up this book you should have a good idea what to expect! ” This is an easy one: no. To explain, let’s check out the minimum requirements for the Army Basic Training Physical Fitness Test (PFT): Women cadets are graded exactly the same as the men when it comes to sit-ups!

However, note that you’ll be missing out on the additional strengthening of your hip flexors, quads, lower 41/326 back and hamstrings in favor of an easier exercise. The Muscles behind the Movements RECTUS ABDOMINIS Commonly referred to as the “six-pack” muscles, the rectus abdominis is a pair of muscles running vertically from its insertion points on the cartilages of the fifth, sixth and seventh ribs and xiphoid process (the bottom of the sternum) down to its origin at the top of the pubic crest.

36/326 HAND/ARM POSITION For this book, we’ll use the same hand and arm positions for crunches as for sit-ups. Check out “Proper Sit-Up Form” (page 14) and choose which hand position suits your ability level. Note: It’s important not to interlock your fingers behind your head. This often leads to yanking your head forward as you start the movement, placing unneeded stress on your neck and throwing your upper body position out of whack. This improper hand position usually leads to “leading with your elbows”—advancing your elbows in front 38/326 of your head by bringing them closer together on the transverse frontal plane.

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